The Student Government Association at Georgia Tech is divided into three branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.
The Executive branch has the authority to execute all necessary legislation and action in line with the decisions of the Undergraduate House of Representatives, the Statutes, Student Conduct Code, and Rules and Regulations of the Georgia Institute of Technology. The Executive branch is composed of the President and Executive Vice President (elected by the undergraduate student body), the Executive Cabinet, committee chairs, and committee members.
The Legislative branch is the Undergraduate House of Representatives. The House of Representatives has the legislative authority within the limits of the Statutes, Student Conduct Code, and Rules and Regulations of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Composed of members elected every Spring Semester by the Undergraduate Student Body and installed before the beginning of the next semester, they shall serve a term of one year or until their successors are installed. The Undergraduate House of Representatives represents the entire Undergraduate Student Body in all matters affecting student interest and can establish boards, councils, and committees to determine policy and implement decisions which fall within the jurisdiction of the Undergraduate Student Government. The House of Representatives, alongside the Graduate Student Senate, is also charged with allocating the Student Activity Fee.
The Judicial branch, comprised of the Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet, has appellate jurisdiction over all lower courts and judicial bodies which the House of Representatives may establish and serves as an appeals court for cases which have been referred to the Dean of Students by other judicial bodies. The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet has the authority to interpret this Undergraduate Student Government Constitution, Bylaws, and all policies, codes, and legislation adopted by the Undergraduate House of Representatives and has the authority to determine the constitutionality of the actions of the Executive and Legislative branches.